During the last month the Fred Hollows volunteers have removed the logs for firewood and in the process cleared a big area in the reserve.
Two medium sized logs were taken up to the Ngati Rehia carving school and can be used by students to practice carving Pou. Its not good wood but it would do for practice/
We have put a fence round the Peacock gardens reserve car park to stop people wandering into the neighbours garden and it all looks quite tidy.
The rain has finally arrived in sufficient quantities to fill the streams and we hope to have a team clearing the site and working out a planting schedule this friday.
The whole track is looking very good and loads of people are enjoying the wonderful walks in the woodlands.